Range: Limitless Lip Stain & Color Seal Balm
Swatched by yours truly: Yishan
- A two-in-one product with a long wearing stain in the shape of a marker pen on one end & a tinted colour seal balm on the other.
- For best results, they recommend applying the stain directly on clean & dry lips, and allow it to dry completely before finishing off with the tinted lip balm whenever you need a moisture boost.
- Sangria is a deep burnt red. Also available in 5 other shades – Petal, Berry, Guava, Cinnamon, Nude.
- Once you set it with the colour seal balm, it’s COMPLETELY transfer proof – won’t come off even when blotting or on tea cups.
- Despite it feathering on my arm, it doesn’t seem to feather on my lip lines proivded that you stay within your lip area & not use it to correct your lip shape.
- Feels quite comfortable & unlike any other lip stain texture (non-drying, not sticky, not watery, not taut, no synthetic scent). It just feels like a well-absorbed lip balm with no noticeable taste..
- It took several applications to achieve full coverage, and fades into a “lived in” patchy stain several hours later.
- Even though I close the cap on immediately after each use, the marker pen is noticeably drier than when I first bought it 2 months ago. Pressing the marker pen against my lip seems to do the trick in releasing the colour.
- Verdict: The trick to making this product work is to apply a full even coverage to ensure it lasts as long as possible before fading into a patchy stain. Starting off with a sheer layer will only get you to a patchy stain sooner. A big thumbs up for the colour seal balm in locking in the colour with a moisturising sheen, one of the best I’ve tried to date. This lippy is a seasonal item for me, more for autumn/winter than a staple item in my makeup bag.
It took several applications to achieve full coverage & I find that it looks complete with the Colour Seal Balm.
RRP: $27.95 AUD / $23 USD
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